diyawaˈ1

nThe underside of s.t., place underneath, lower part (of a building).underside; underneath; lower part (as of a building)Langkew lumaˈin peggeˈ opisina diyawaˈnen.The house is high because its lower part is an office.Langkew lumaˈin peggeˈ pagbayuhan diyawaˈnen.The house is high because the (place) underneath it is for pounding.Siya iyan hāp pinayaman amban diyataˈ saguwaˈ diyawaˈnen gaˈi hāp.That chair is good to look at from above but its underside is not good.

2dawaˈdewoˈ

prepUnder; beneath; underneath.under; beneath; underneath; go downstairsNiyaˈmellekdiyawaˈlumaˈ.There is a rat under the house.diyataˈ

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adjLow (of status).Kamiinindiyawaˈ bangsa kamihin.We here are of low status.Kunsihalin diyawaˈ amban mayol.A councilor is lower (in rank) than a mayor.

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vsubjectpa-, mag-#-an (repet.)To go downstairs.Tiyaˈkupadiyawaˈ magpahid.I am going downstairs to sweep.Behuku dumiyawaˈ ensiniˈ, peggeˈ gaˈ ne peddiˈ bettiskun.Only earlier did I manage to go down, because my foot no longer hurts.

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vmagpadiyawaˈTo lower oneself (figuratively); to humble oneself; to ask forgiveness.humble oneself; lower oneself (fig.); ask forgivenesskumagpadiyawaˈ si iye peggeˈ bakas kami magsasaˈ.I go and humble myself before him because we have quarreled (meaning: asking forgiveness.)(māku) ampun

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vsubjectN-#-anngan-object-anTo despise s.o.; criticize s.o.; put s.o. down.despise; criticize; put down a personAˈa iyan daran diyawaˈanne saweˈnen.That person often criticizes his companions.Aˈa iyan luwal ngandiyawaˈan saweˈne.That person always criticizes his companion.udjiˈ

diyawaˈan

prepBelow, on a lower level.Lumaˈnen diyawaˈan lumaˈ kami.His house is below ours.Kalsarahin diyawaˈan Punu Kubung.The road is on the lower level of Punu Kubung.diyataˈ(an) 1

diyawaˈ atey

adjTo be humble.humbleAˈa miyaˈan diyawaˈ ateynen.That person is humble.

pagdiyawaˈ-diyataˈ

vTo stack up s.t.; put things on top of each other.stack up things; put things on top of each otherPinagdiyawaˈ-diyataˈ weˈ ne pagbettadne meˈ libruhin.When he put the books down he stacked them.Pagdiyawaˈ-diyataˈun semmeknun bang ennaˈnu.Stack your clothes when you store them.bangkat